When Republicans retake the majority this fall, some Washington Republicans will no doubt insist we forget the damage done to our country over the last two years and move on. That would be unacceptable. As Missouri’s next U.S. Senator, I’ll take the same fighting spirit I’ve had as attorney general and be a disrupter, a Trump Republican willing to take on the tough fights and hold the Democrats accountable.
Instead of focusing on real scandals and government malpractice, the Democrat-controlled Congress, their Leftist allies and their enablers in the mainstream media would rather hold joke hearings about January 6 to cover up Joe Biden’s failings.
A new conservative majority in Congress in 2023 should use its power to get answers and hold those responsible accountable on a wide range of issues vital to our great country. As a U.S. Senator, I will work to bring about hearings reminiscent of Iran-Contra to get Americans the answers they deserve.
We have to get to the bottom of what happened in the 2020 election. Republicans should lead the fight to examine all election fraud and irregularities. Americans must once again have faith in the outcome of our elections.
As attorney general, I’ve issued subpoenas on the Zuckerbucks scandal involving the $420 million from Mark Zuckerberg that went to roughly 2,500 election departments in 2020. Zuckerberg and others responsible for this scandal should be brought before Congress for a full accounting of how this money was used to influence election outcomes. Amazingly, even many Republicans want to avoid this topic – that is a mistake.
We need to know who was responsible for the SCOTUS leak, and hold individuals and DOJ accountable for not cracking down on illegal intimidation of Justices and uncover the role Democrats played in it.
Joe Biden and his administration have turned a blind eye to our southern border as illegal immigrants and drugs pour into our country. We owe it to all Americans to get more answers on these disastrous policies sanctioned by Joe Biden.
We need to investigate how Joe Biden and the National School Board Association’s weaponized the Department of Justice to investigate parents, labeling them as “domestic terrorists,” for simply showing up at local school board meetings and voicing their concern about the Leftist propaganda being forced on our kids. Those responsible should be hauled before Congress for a full accounting.
Republicans should support a special prosecutor to investigate Hunter Biden’s laptop and his questionable dealings with foreign entities like China to enrich himself and his family. We need to know if the Biden administration is pressuring U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland to slow-walk this explosive investigation into the Biden family, or trying to make this case go away and seal all documents shielding the truth about Hunter’s work to curry favor with the Bank of China.
Congress should investigate the origins of COVID-19 and the gain of function research funded by Anthony Fauci when he was director of the NIAID. We need to investigate Big Tech for their role in colluding with public officials like Fauci to suppress the truth about COVID-19’s origins in a Chinese lab. Fauci, for one, should be repeatedly brought before Congress to face the tough questions he has avoided for years. And COVID tyrannists at every level of government should be held accountable for their role in destroying lives, businesses and the U.S. economy.
We need to investigate the creation of the Disinformation Governance Board, otherwise known as the Ministry of Truth, and any activities they engaged in, together with the government colluding with Big Tech to censor speech disfavored by the Left.
These are only a handful of issues we should be focused on when the calendar page turns to 2023. If those responsible for undermining America are not held accountable, it’s an open invitation for them to abuse power again and again whenever they see an opportunity.
In short, we need more Trump Republicans to fight like hell to save our country.
Eric Schmitt is the attorney general for Missouri.